the silver screen
Friday 13 November 2009
Movies.ign.com has put together a fascinating list of forthcoming film adaptations of video games. From Bioshock to Call of Duty, Prince of Persia to Warcraft, the site gives the lowdown on the latest projects and how likely they are to see the light of day.
Sadly, it sounds like more than a few are doomed not even to make the cutting-room floor (Columbia Pictures has the movie rights to Return to Castle Wolfenstein but things have been very quite for acouple of years) but given some cinematic game flops (Street Fighter, anyone?), perhaps it’s for the best.
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